Australian woolgrowers look set for another bumper year according to Rural Bank's Australian Wool Annual Review.
Returning to the competition after three years, this Boorowa local has taken home first place in the 30th annual Boorowa Flock Ewe Competition.
The Shields family from "Worago" near Narrandera are aiming to put more wool onto their big-framed Dohne Merino flock.
Believed to be the first-time a Show Society fleece has grained grand championship in Sydney Royal Merino fleece judging, Nimmitabel Show leads the way.
Ian and Lorraine Hills just love showing their Merino fleeces at Sydney Royal and take home a bundle of prizes.
It's been 10 years since the Cox family's Langdene stud, Dunedoo, has represented NSW in the national Merino pair competition at Bendigo's Australian Sheep and Wool Show, but this year they'll do it again.
Poll Merinos hit supreme status at Sydney Royal Show when Nerstane stud's fine-medium March-shorn ewe was crowned supreme Merino ewe of show.
In a triumphant return after two years absence the Gilmore family took out grand champion ram and most successful exhibitor award in White Suffolk judging at Sydney Royal Show.
Feature meat breed at Sydney Royal, Hampshire Downs was represented by 49 sheep from Victorian and NSW exhibitors.
They may not be attracting a great amount of publicity, but Wiltshire Horn sheep are more popular than you may think.